Antioxidants in 2020: Their next phase of growth
Navigating the current market using a healthy dose of hindsight, antioxidants are well positioned to write a new chapter in their next phase of growth.
Stevia is innovating, but other natural sweeteners are also on the rise
Reb M from sugarcane is just one newcomer challenging the natural sweeteners space.
The search for cleaner-energy ingredients continues
There’s no regulatory definition for the term "clean energy" in the food, beverage, and dietary supplements space. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t responsible ingredient suppliers defining the category.
Pet nutrition’s transformation: Pet food and supplements are getting healthier
Skincare science and the microbiome
Clinical studies associate skin conditions ranging from accelerated aging and skin sensitivity to atopic dermatitis and even dandruff with some level of microbial “dysbiosis.”
High anxiety: Will CBD ever be legal in foods and beverages?
With FDA busy vetting coronavirus tests, therapeutics, and-one can hope-an eventual vaccine, will the agency have the bandwidth to develop a regulatory framework for permitting CBD’s use in foods and beverages?
Making immune health claims in the time of COVID-19? Be careful.
During a May 29 Nutritional Outlook webcast titled “COVID-19 and Immune Health Claims: What Not to Say (Do’s and Don’ts),” attorneys discussed the minefield of making immune health claims against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pharmacist: Here's how consumers can fall prey to misleading information on immune health during COVID-19 pandemic
Pharmacist and author David Foreman was a speaker at Nutritional Outlook’s May 29 webcast titled “COVID-19 and Immune Health Claims: What Not to Say (Do’s and Don’ts).”
Does CBD work on the skin?
What do we know, and how much do we still need to discover?
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